Two trees land squarely into the Williamsburg Houses, the first large-scale public housing in Brooklyn, built by the Williamsburg Associated Architects (Shreve, Lamb and Harmon, who designed the Empire State Building, and Swiss architect William Lescaze). The Williamsburg Houses were designated a landmark by the Landmarks Preservation Commission on June 24, 2003.

7 Responses to “down”

  1. nature teases nature
    with a degree of
    moral support

  2. what a great shot – fallen, yet still momentarily up….

  3. Tough neighborhood. Even the trees are fighting.

    I wonder if, right at the very moment it slapped the windows of the apartment, someone was inside reading A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.

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